Sundays at Stanmore Chapel

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We are currently open and have two services each week at the Chapel;

9am Family Service: Meeting in the Chapel, our service lasts about 50mins involving craft, quizzes, Bible teaching and listening to songs (and doing the actions)! Particularly aimed at under 11s but all welcome!

10.30 Sunday gathering: Meeting in the hall, this service is for all ages. It is something like a normal Sunday service with prayers, Bible reading and a message each week. We listen to hymns & songs and reflect on the words together even whilst we can't sing. More details of 'what to expect' can be found here. 

Our online service will continue to be uploaded each Sunday just as it has been over the past months.

The sermon from our 10.30 service is also available to listen to over the phone using our 'dial-a-sermon' service. Just call 0208 138 9404 to listen in (calls charged at local rate).

Please click here to see our risk assessment for operating safely during this period of covid-19.


We know that coming to church can be daunting

Perhaps you haven’t been to church for a long time or maybe you have never been at all. Whatever your situation you are always welcome to join us. We promise that you will be given a warm welcome and that you won’t be asked to do anything.

If you are coming to the Sunday morning gathering aim for a little before 10.30am when our meeting starts, enter through the main doors at the front where there'll be someone to welcome you and give you a service sheet which will contain all the information you need. There is no dress code and our services generally last just over an hour. After the service there is tea and coffee. Do stay for that, it's a great, relaxed time to say hello and meet others. 

We celebrate the Lord's Supper as part of the morning service on the first Sunday of every month. 

We then meet again at 5pm each Sunday for a more informal 'Sunday Fellowship' meeting. There we sit around tables, enjoy refreshments together to begin, we may sing just one or two hymns,  pray and consider a topic or discuss the application of the morning's sermon together.

The aim of all our gatherings is that we might learn, encourage each other and grow together in faith in God through Jesus. The Bible helps us do this. There are three elements to our services: we sing (old and new hymns), we pray and we listen to the Bible being read and taught. (
Click here to view the current preaching program).